RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. -- A growing list of summer camps are falling victim to coronavirus.

Victory Junction Camp in Randolph County usually serves about 1,000 kids with serious medical conditions every summer.

But, this summer will be a different story as staff will roll out "Victory Junction at Home."

It's a page on the website where they plan to post weekly activities during what would be camp time.

The staff hopes it will be a close second to its usual programming.

The camp expects to lose about $1.2 million over the course of the pandemic.

It plans to reschedule fundraising events and rally private donations to make up for the loss.